PBS and Sesame Workshop announced the lineup for the 42nd season of the children’s classic TV show Sesame Street, premiering September 26th on PBS Kids. This year, dozens of celebrities will help engage America’s children in the studies of math and science as part of the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education program. The… More ▸
Press junkets tend to be boring but this most recent one for “Friends with Benefits” in Moscow was more amusing than most, and featured no small amount of sass from the Jewish actress of the moment, Mila Kunis. Kunis, who lived in the Ukraine until the age of 7, is fluent in Russian and more… More ▸
When the media blitz began over a month ago for the new romantic comedy “Friends With Benefits,” starring Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake, many were probably wondering – didn’t the same exact film come out in January?
Why yes, yes it did. Six months ago it was called “No Strings Attached” and featured Natalie Portman, Kunis’ costar in “Black Swan,” and everyone’s favorite faux trucker, Ashton Kutcher.
While it is hardly unusual for Hollywood to take a good idea, drag it into an alley at gunpoint and beat it until it loses whatever charm it originally possessed, what is worth noting about this particular pair of films about casual sex is that the two lady leads are played by a pair of famously Jewish actresses. This begs the question – when it comes sex, what’s Jew(ess) got to do with it? More ▸
By Lashon Holly
Lashon Holly can’t stop thinking about poor Lindsay Lohan, who thinks it should have been her — and not Natalie Portman — taking an Oscar-winning turn in “Black Swan.” Of course, if anything… Lindsay has more of the Mila Kunis-vibe going on. While we’re on the subject… Hey, Lindsay, if you think you can do… More ▸
According to Hollywood Life, Mila Kunis, who will soon star in “Friends with Benefits” along with Justin Timberlake, used a butt double for the sex scenes in the movie. While many viewers might be disappointed not to see Ms. Kunis au naturel, it sure does lend itself to at least one excellent Yiddish pun (that… More ▸